MAX 2005: Director Get-Together

A few dozen Director folks gathered at the hotel bar in the Marriott on Monday night. The even was sponsored by Macromedia, Intergration New Media and Director Online. However, in the end, Macromedia (Thomas Higgins) picked up the entire tab. INM and Macromedia gave away some prizes as well. Nothing new to report as it remained very social.

Some of the attendees included Darrel Plant, Scott Flowers, Steve Zehngut, Andy Phelps and a lot of new faces with interesting stories to tell about how they use Director. I met Eric from Jewelry Television who told me about how Director movies run a lot of the behind-the-scenes information management there. I think we’ll get him to write an article for Director Online, and possibly a case study up at Macromedia’s site.

Here are some pictures:




Posted on October 17, 2005 at 11:00 pm by site admin · Permalink
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  1. Written by Zac
    on 10/18/2005 at 10:41 am
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    Any links to larger versions of the images? Flickr perhaps?

  2. Written by Gary Rosenzweig
    on 10/18/2005 at 10:59 am
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    Actually, all images are 320×240, though I am showing them as 160×120 in the blog. Just right+click on them and open them in a new window to see the 320×240 size.

  3. Written by Scott Flowers
    on 10/18/2005 at 1:26 pm
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    Aw, and I was just going to post my gratitude for not providing hi-res images! 😉

  4. Written by Nicky James
    on 2/18/2008 at 3:00 am
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    Interesting about Jewelry TV and their use of Macromedia. Alot of gem sites these days seem to be moving towards these sorts of mediums to showcase their wares. I noticed quite a bit of Macromedia being used too – Paraiba International use an embedded flash video to display their gems whilst http://www.lapigems.com use a similar flash video but not actually embedded. Looks like Macromedia might be a good answer to an old problem of gem sites displaying their wares onlne effectively.

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